Disney Princesses Thanksgiving
The princesses decided to have their own Thanksgiving Day feast.
While their princes were hunting, they could have fun at least.
All were invited, and they took turns in the kitchen.
Pocahontas was soon pouting, and Aurora was ’n.
The maize we had brought was not the sweet corn they liked.
It was too far back to town; no one wanted to make that hike.
We have sweet potatoes, broccoli, and dishes galore,
Jasmine said sweetly. So no one has to go out for more.
The seating chart was a mess, but Mulan said she did not care.
As long as she had a seat on a comfortable, dining room chair.
So Elsa, Anna and Ariel set about rearranging the place cards.
Jasmine floated in with jingling bracelets and two fawning young bards.
She cannot help it said Rapunzel, who wanted the young men to stay.
She is easy, and she also greatly pouts if she does not get her way.
Snow White agreed to make plates, and keep them from the table.
Used to soothing feelings, after living with seven dwarfs without cable.
Tiana kept running out to give us a taste of her delicious stew.
Sleeping Beauty was asleep, and possibly Cinderella too.
But the rest of us tasted the food and made appropriate sighs.
It was truly a marvelous Thanksgiving without any of our men guys.
Best of all, Belle, Meridia and Aurora could be their selves.
The only ones who would talk are the silly kitchen elves.
Meg was watching the tiger who was eyeing the turkey.
She lured him away with a taste of sweet jerky.
Copyright © Caren Krutsinger | Year Posted 2020
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